NFL super history-SUN0203

ON THIS POST:

  • Super Bowl history lesson

    -- Most titles

    -- All-time standings

    -- Past results, MVPs

    -- Most games hosted

    -- Past games in Atlanta

    -- Notable numbers


Most Super Bowl victories


11

Patriots will be playing

in 11th Super Bowl;

Rams playing in 4th game

3

Rams are only franchise

to win NFL championships

based in 3 cities

  • 1945: Cleveland

  • 1951: Los Angeles

  • 1999: St. Louis

SUPER BOWL STANDINGS
RK TEAM G W L PCT PF PA
1 Pittsburgh 8 6 2 .750 193 164
2 San Fran 6 5 1 .833 219 123
3 Dallas 8 5 3 .625 221 132
4 New Eng. 10 5 5 .500 233 279
5 Green Bay 5 4 1 .800 158 101
6 NY Giants 5 4 1 .800 104 104
7 Oakland 5 3 2 .600 132 114
8 Washington 5 3 2 .600 122 103
9 Denver 8 3 5 .375 147 259
10 Baltimore 2 2 0 1.000 68 38
11 Indianapolis 4 2 2 .500 69 77
12 Miami 5 2 3 .400 74 103
13 New Orl. 1 1 0 1.000 31 17
14 NY Jets 1 1 0 1.000 16 7
15 Tampa Bay 1 1 0 1.000 48 21
16 Chicago 2 1 1 .500 63 39
17 Kansas City 2 1 1 .500 33 42
18 Philadelphia 3 1 2 .333 72 84
19 LA Rams 3 1 2 .333 59 67
20 Seattle 3 1 2 .333 77 57
21 Buffalo 4 0 4 .000 73 139
22 Minnesota 4 0 4 .000 34 95
23 Atlanta 2 0 2 .000 47 68
24 Carolina 2 0 2 .000 39 56
25 Cincinnat 2 0 2 .000 37 46
26 Arizona 1 0 1 .000 23 27
27 Tennessee 1 0 1 .000 16 23
28 LA Chargers 1 0 1 .000 26 49

3

Previous Super Bowls

played on Feb. 3;

Patriots 1-1 on that date

SUPER BOWL RESULTS
NO DATE WINNER SC LOSER SC
52 2/4/18 Eagles 41 Patriots 33
51 2/5/17 Patriots 34 Falcons 28*
50 2/7/16 Broncos 24 Panthers 10
49 2/1/15 Patriots 28 Seahawks 24
48 2/2/14 Seahawks 43 Broncos 8
47 2/3/13 Ravens 34 49ers 31
46 2/5/12 Giants 21 Patriots 17
45 2/6/11 Packers 31 Steelers 25
44 2/7/10 Saints 31 Colts 17
43 2/1/09 Steelers 27 Cardinals 23
32 2/3/08 Giants 17 Patriots 14
41 2/4/07 Colts 29 Bears 17
40 2/5/06 Steelers 21 Seahawks 10
39 2/6/05 Patriots 24 Eagles 21
38 2/1/04 Patriots 32 Carolina 29
37 1/26/03 Bucs 48 Raiders 21
36 2/3/02 Patriots 20 StL Rams 17
35 1/28/01 Ravens 34 Giants 7
34 1/30/00 StL Rams 23 Titans 16
33 1/31/99 Broncos 34 Atlanta 19
32 1/25/98 Broncos 31 Packers 24
31 1/26/97 Packers 35 Patriots 21
30 1/28/96 Cowboys 27 Steelers 17
29 1/29/95 49ers 49 Chargers 26
28 1/30/94 Cowboys 30 Bills 13
27 1/31/93 Cowboys 52 Bills 17
26 1/26/92 Redskins 37 Bills 24
25 1/27/91 Giants 20 Bills 19
24 1/28/90 49ers 55 Broncos 10
23 1/22/89 49ers 20 Bengals 16
22 1/31/88 Redskins 42 Broncos 10
21 1/25/87 Giants 39 Broncos 20
20 1/26/86 Bears 46 Patriots 10
19 1/20/85 49ers 38 Dolphins 16
18 1/22/84 Raiders 38 Redskins 9
17 1/30/83 Redskins 27 Dolphins 17
16 1/24/82 49ers 26 Bengals 21
15 1/25/81 Raiders 27 Eagles 10
14 1/20/80 Steelers 31 LA Rams 19
13 1/21/79 Steelers 35 Cowboys 31
12 1/15/78 Cowboys 27 Broncos 10
11 1/9/77 Raiders 32 Vikings 14
10 1/18/76 Steelers 21 Cowboys 17
9 1/12/75 Steelers 16 Vikings 6
8 1/13/74 Dolphins 24 Vikings 7
7 1/14/73 Dolphins 14 Redskins 7
6 1/16/72 Cowboys 24 Dolphins 3
5 1/17/71 Colts 16 Cowboys 13
4 1/11/70 Chiefs 23 Vikings 7
3 1/12/69 Jets 16 Colts 7
2 1/14/68 Packers 33 Raiders 14
1 1/15/67 Packers 35 Chiefs 10
*-overtime

MVP breakdown by position


SUPER BOWL MVPS
NO. PLAYER TEAM POS
52 Nick Foles Philadelphia QB
51 Tom Brady New England QB
50 Von Miller Denver LB
49 Tom Brady New England QB
48 Malcolm Smith Seattle LB
47 Joe Flacco Baltimore QB
46 Eli Manning N.Y. Giants QB
45 Aaron Rodgers Green Bay QB
44 Drew Brees New Orleans QB
43 Santonio Holmes Pittsburgh WR  
42 Eli Manning N.Y. Giants QB
41 Peyton Manning Indianapolis QB
40 Hines Ward Pittsburgh WR
39 Deion Branch New England WR  
38 Tom Brady New England QB
37 Dexter Jackson Tampa Bay S
36 Tom Brady New England QB
35 Ray Lewis Baltimore LB
34 Kurt Warner St. Louis QB
33 John Elway Denver QB
32 Terrell Davis Denver RB
31 Desmond Howard Green Bay KR
30 Larry Brown Dallas CB
29 Steve Young San Fran QB
28 Emitt Smith Dallas RB
27 Troy Aikman Dallas QB
26 Mark Rypien Washington QB
25 Ottis Anderson N.Y. Giants RB
24 Joe Montana San Fran QB
23 Jerry Rice San Fran WR  
22 Doug Williams Washington QB
21 Phil Simms N.Y. Giants QB
20 Richard Dent Chicago DE
19 Joe Montana San Fran QB
18 Marcus Allen L.A. Raiders RB
17 John Riggins Washington RB  
16 Joe Montana San Fran QB
15 Jim Plunkett Oakland QB
14 Terry Bradshaw Pittsburgh QB
13 Terry Bradshaw Pittsburgh QB
12 Harvey Martin,
Randy White
Dallas DT
DE
11 Fred Biletnikoff Oakland WR  
10 Lynn Swann Pittsburgh WR
9 Franco Harris Pittsburgh RB  
8 Larry Csonka Miami RB
7 Jake Scott Miami S
6 Roger Staubach Dallas QB
5 Chuck Howley Dallas LB
4 Len Dawson Kansas City QB
3 Joe Namath N.Y. Jets QB
2 Bart Starr Green Bay QB
1 Bart Starr Green Bay QB

Most Super Bowls hosted


3

Super Bowls played in Atlanta,

1st one there since 2000

11

Miami will host its record

11th Super Bowl in 2020

  • 2020: Super Bowl LIV, Miami Gardens, Fla

  • 2021: Super Bowl LV, Tampa, Fla

  • 2022: Super Bowl LVI, Los Angeles

  • 2023: Super Bowl LVII, Glendale, Ariz.

  • 2024: Super Bowl LVIII, New Orleans


30-13

Cowboys beat Bills in Atlanta in Super Bowl XXVII as MVP Emmitt Smith had 132 yards, 2 TDs

  • National Anthem: Natalie Cole

  • Halftime show: Rockin’ Country Sunday featuring the Judds (Wynonna and Namoi Judd). Clint Black, Travis Tritt and Tanya Tucker

23-16

Rams beat Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV as Kurt Warner psssed for 414 yards, 2 TDs

  • National Anthem: Faith Hill

  • Halftime show: “The Tapestry of Nations” produced by Disney and featured Phil Collins, Toni Braxton, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias and Edward James Olmos


QB rating record


SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

43, 62

Record completions, attempts

by Tom Brady in Super Bowl LI

505

Brady’s passing yards

record set in SB LII

14.7

Record yards per attempt

by Steelers’ Terry Bradshaw

set in SB XIV

204

Record yards rushing

by Timmy Smith of

Washington in SB XXII

14

Record receptions by Patriots’

James White set in SB L1


215

Receiving yards record of

49ers’ Jerry Rice set in XXIII

4

Sacks record by L.C. Greenwood

for Steelers in SB X; FG record

by 49ers’ Ray Wershing in XVI


Source: nfl.com; football-reference,com